'There's going to be a bombshell,' said a source. 'We're talking about big names, multiple names.
Considering he has been beating all of the drug cheats the last 4 years, he must be really really really talented.
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Glad to see that Farah is not one of them though. While this isn't necessarily concrete proof that he isn't doping, there isn't exactly any evidence to say he is.
Even though the Daily Mail is the voice of British right-wing nut jobs I doubt it would call Farah a non-Brit.
Dope PED Farah???
Testost Tyrone Rupp???
That's typical IAAF. I'd believe that. I'd also believe non-Western athletes so there's a profound language/culture barrier.
Tomashova, if she's 40 now, was about 29 in Athens in 2004 and of course doping when she lost to Kelly Holmes, who was 34 then. Draw your own conclusions. Big name busts? I doubt it. More like adding some inconsequential suspensions from eight to ten years ago for athletes already caught. We'll see.
Made me laugh! Thanks. Oh, and it wouldn't surprise me a little if Gatlin worked his way back to the front of the list.
Of course there's not Brits, only, it seems, Russians. What's that you say? The race for head of IAAF is between a Brit and a Russian?!? What a weird coincidence....